a memorial for the victims now stands in karada, at the site of the explosion. amar al-darraji shows his brother-in-law the devastating impact of the detonation. the al-leif department store, once very popular and crowded, is now in ruins. in the blink of an eye, the lives of both men turned into a nightmare. shortly after 1:00 a.m. local time on july 3, germany and italy were facing off in the euro cup quarterfinal. amar's 17-year-old son, ahmed, was watching the match with friends at a cafe just in front of the store and giving his father updates on his mobile. amar al-darraji: he said on the phone, 'papa, there's going to be a penalty shootout. one goal after the other. it's crazy, another missed shot.' i said, 'my son, hang up. call me again when the game is over''